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4x1x22 Storage Solution Drawer - Cream

$98.15

The 4x1x22DC Storage Solution is a versatile answer for deep cabinet access and organization.  A 22" deep Storage Drawer for a mix of containers up to 4.4"+ wide. Full extension ball-bearing slides make up the drawer to provide easy and complete access to your deep cabinet stored items. The Flex-Sides are made of woven polyester over an elastic core and they allow the easy off and on of spice jars and they conform to the occasional over-sized container. This assembled unit, 4.6" wide x 8.0" tall by 22" deep, is made of durable HDPE and acrylic, is easy to install into your cabinet with supplied self-tapping screws and your Phillips screwdriver.

  • Part Number: 4x1x22DC
  • Features: Ball bearing slides, visibility to containers, easy to access and organize, accommodates popular spice containers, no need to repackage spices, easy to mount in cupboard
  • Width: 4.60"
  • Depth: 22.0" (space needed from inside of closed door to back of cabinet)
  • Height: 8" (overall height depends on bottles/containers to be stored)
  • Weight: 7.0 Lbs. (3.2 kgs.)
  • Drawer: (1) shelf - 4.40" wide by 21.4" long, 2 sections
  • Capacity: 4.38"-4.6" wide containers (elastic side bands allow flexible widths)
  • Materials: 
    HDPE Base and Drawers
    Acrylic – clear ends for visibility
    Ball bearing slides – for smooth action and long life
    Flexible bands – Containers retained with easy access
  • Finish: Cream color
  • Mount Type: Cabinet/Cupboard mount
  • Tool Required: Phillips Screwdriver (mounting screws provided, no pre-drilling required)
  • Includes: Spice Rack (pre-assembled), Elastic Side Bands, Mounting Screws, Installation Instructions
  • Maximum Weight Limit: 100 Lbs. per drawer
  • U.S. Patent Number 9,282,821 B2

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The 4x1x22DC Storage Solution is a versatile answer for deep cabinet access and organization.  A 22" deep Storage Drawer for a mix of containers up to 4.4"+ wide. Full extension ball-bearing slides make up the drawer to provide easy and complete access to your deep cabinet stored items. The Flex-Sides are made of woven polyester over an elastic core and they allow the easy off and on of spice jars and they conform to the occasional over-sized container. This assembled unit, 4.6" wide x 8.0" tall by 22" deep, is made of durable HDPE and acrylic, is easy to install into your cabinet with supplied self-tapping screws and your Phillips screwdriver.

  • Part Number: 4x1x22DC
  • Features: Ball bearing slides, visibility to containers, easy to access and organize, accommodates popular spice containers, no need to repackage spices, easy to mount in cupboard
  • Width: 4.60"
  • Depth: 22.0" (space needed from inside of closed door to back of cabinet)
  • Height: 8" (overall height depends on bottles/containers to be stored)
  • Weight: 7.0 Lbs. (3.2 kgs.)
  • Drawer: (1) shelf - 4.40" wide by 21.4" long, 2 sections
  • Capacity: 4.38"-4.6" wide containers (elastic side bands allow flexible widths)
  • Materials: 
    HDPE Base and Drawers
    Acrylic – clear ends for visibility
    Ball bearing slides – for smooth action and long life
    Flexible bands – Containers retained with easy access
  • Finish: Cream color
  • Mount Type: Cabinet/Cupboard mount
  • Tool Required: Phillips Screwdriver (mounting screws provided, no pre-drilling required)
  • Includes: Spice Rack (pre-assembled), Elastic Side Bands, Mounting Screws, Installation Instructions
  • Maximum Weight Limit: 100 Lbs. per drawer
  • U.S. Patent Number 9,282,821 B2

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Excellent quality - Great Product -couple of tips

Very sturdy product, smooth operation, seems to be very well made. Easy to install. Looks great.

Would be a cinch to install inside a cabinet with doors. I wanted to use it as it's own pull-out with a front that matched my cabinet doors and drawer front. Here is how I did that (and the result looks great)

1. Mount the spice rack so the front acrylic upright and the edge of the drawer is flush with the front of the cabinet frame you are using.

2) Attach a new front board to the acrylic upright surface. This new board will be flush in front with the front surface of your cabinets or drawers. Attach the board thusly:
a. Remove the acrylic upright
b. Slowly and with light pressure drill two new holes in the upright. This takes longer than drilling in wood, but slow and easy will prevent the acrylic from cracking
c. position the two holes along the vertical center at a height between where your knob will be on the outside of the new cover board and where the finger indents are in the acrylic. You want to spread out the pressure that pulling the board will place on the acrylic.
d. This is the tricky part -with the drawer open, position the cover board exactly where it should go when attached to the acrylic (left-right, high-low, square). Figure out how to mark where the four screw heads from the drawer will hit the board and where the two new holes in the acrylic will be on the board.
e. Using a very big drill bit or some other wood carving device, make shallow indentations in the back of the cover board in the locations corresponding to the four screw heads in the drawer. (when the back of the cover board is placed against the acrylic surface, you want the two surfaces to be flush, with the screw heads nestled into the indentations.)
f. Put the elastic bands on the drawer.(they will be pinned between the acrylic and the cover board, where they will act like a gasket).
g. from the inside of the drawer, put two wood screws through the new holes in the acrylic and into the back of the cover board to secure it to the drawer.
h. attach the knob to the front of the cover board to pull the drawer in and out. If the bolt holding the knob is going to fall low enough on the acrylic upright, you can use one of the two new holes in the acrylic to line up with the knob hole in the cover board and put the bolt through both. If the knob position would make the knob bolt hole miss the acrylic altogether, than just attach it like any other knob. If the knob bolt head is going to overlap the top edge of the acrylic at all, then counter sink the bolt head into the back of the cover board (by making an indentation in the wood for it as described above for the four drawer screw heads) and attach the knob before attaching the cover board to the acrylic.
I. If you ever need to replace an elastic band, you will need to unscrew the two screws holding the cover board to the acrylic, replace the bands, and then reattach.
Posted by Mark on Nov 20 2017

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